In episode two we move to "The Mission" a kitchenette round the corner from the "massage parlour" for a cleaner cooler chat about technology, bad grammar, eye scanner and crowd sourced games of Asteroids and whether you should upgrade Joan Rivers. Music discussed: The Milk: B-Roads (Byron bootleg) Michael Kiwanuka: Tell Me A Tale Senor Coconut: Sweet Dreams (Cha Cha Cha) David Kitt: What I Ask Asteroids and Joan Rivers feature on the chat agenda and we have new music from... Topics: comedy, mid thirties, UK, fun, techchat, semantics, philosphy
4-18-11-The ClancyCast. This week we discuss Amanda's Birthday Fantasies, Tracy's Working Girl Blues,we have the revelation that Jesus makes you fat, and we begin our month long discussion on The Increasing Female Libido, or at least our increasing libido. Topics: womens issues, female sexuality, libido, comedy, thirties, relationships, personal, marriage
Fun, tech, music chat and rants by @dandavies23 and @kenjonnard. In the pilot episode we broadcast live from a former "massage parlour" in Shoreditch, UK with only a stuffed fox, some rubber ducks and free wi-fi. Areas covered Privacy on Spotify and Facebook, being a life snob. Music discussed: King Creosote and Jon Hopkins: First Watch and John Taylors Month Away Aspects: Beattape Emilie Sande: Heaven Plug: Feeling So Special Fun, tech, music chat and rants by @dandavies23 and... Topics: comedy, mid thirties, UK, fun, techchat, privacy issues, life snobbery
Theatrical trailer for the 1933 hit film "42nd Street", a backstage musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers staged and directed by Busby Berkeley. This was Ruby Keeler's first film. The film is sometimes credited with reviving the semi-dead musical genre, which had fallen out of favor around 1931. This trailer is public domain, though the film itself isn't. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Popular
Amusing 1937 musical short film produced by the weirdly-named "Educational Films Corporation of America". Please forgive the inane logo the DVD publisher put in the corner during the opening & closing credits. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Musical, Short Film, Short Subject, Old
He's a re-issue version of the 1933 comedy short "Mickey's Race", AKA "Mickey's Derby Day", starring the multi-talented Mickey Rooney. This short film was apparently the last film in the "Mickey McGuire" series. Please forgive the annoyin way the DVD publisher put their logo in the corner during the credits. Topics: 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Mickey Rooney, Short Film, Short Subject, Comedy
Theatrical trailer for the 1934 musical-comedy film "Dames", starring Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Joan Blondell, Zasu Pitts, Guy Kibbee, and Hugh Herbert. The film was directed by Ray Enright, with musical numbers created & directed by Busby Berkeley. Topics: Theatrical Trailer, Classic Film Trailer, 1930s, 30s, Thirties, Warner Bros
A short documentary that follows a group of liberal, mostly unemployed 20- and 30-somethings to a summer block party hosted by a historic church in their Portland, Oregon neighborhood. Also featuring a mysterious, colorful orb that appears at 2:18! Topics: documentary, short documentary, short, short film, low budget, no budget, reality, tv, cinema...